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that would be proving to be can i have cut stances. >> it is a range of issues that any of us get to deal with throughout our careers and when i first dame came in, it was the height of the movement and one was actively being gained in that movement. some people thought was no chance the soviet union would open its doors and it is a stunning celebration that more than a million juice were freed and that they are act did i havely involved including many specific moments, the symbol of the movement that poke directly. when i think about the holocaust survivors, they wanted to be sure it would perpetuate the memory of the coliseum off the am and our annual holocaust recommend are remember member he can where the mercedes benzsment and last year, there was a measure that would abandon circumstance suggestions and we were successful voice if fighting back. >> we will take a quick break, shortly we will return, please join us in a quick home. . >>> welcome back, i am eric wise and we are here with the executives director of jewish community relations council and who has been here with the jewis
she low against my good friend is with us this morning. >> great to see you. >> you have another book out on hid guard. tell us why hill guard? >> well, the doctor made her a doctor of a church. and there have only been three others. >> it is one thing to be a saint but it carries special energy with it i guess. and this is somebody to study. i find this all very ironic but they are not exactly what you say, a supporters of men and women and naming her, it is thoroughly iran nick. she does bring in the divine. >> it is a title, a saint for our times. >> unleashing this power. as you know she is a marvelous musician through genius and music. she wrote the books and was a healer, and she wrote books on healing and in fact there was a healing based entirely on her teachings. and obviously, they are healing people or they would not be in business. >> why did they wait so long? i think for one thing when she was 80 years old, she was he can communicator and she was benedict and all of her nuns they were forbidden for a year and it was because they didn't like the fact that she had buried a
of the things that has helped 30 years fly by is the range of issues that any of us get to deal with on a daily basis, or throughout our careers. so i think about the fact that when i first came in, it was the height of the movement to presoviet jews. one great highlight was being actively engaged in that movement to its successful conclusion. i might add when people thought there was no chance the soviet union would open its doors. and now it's a stunning celebration, really, of the fact that more than a million jews were freed from the soviet union, many who came to our community and today are actively involved including in our own organization. that was a highlight, including many important points, the shaw came to san francisco and spoke at a rally with thousands of people directly in front of the soviet consulate. i think about the work we did with the survivor community, holocaust survivors, who after the holocaust wanted to be sure that every effort would be expended to perpetuate the memory and lessons of the holocaust. i think about the establishment in san francisco of the holocaust c
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